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Registration Underway for Free Teens & Women's Self Defense Class
November 29, 2010

Mark your calender for January 22, 2011. Sensei Dan Taylor will be offering his free women's self defense class in Moreno Valley.Sensei Taylor has been hosting the free event for a number of years with the goal of getting each teen and woman in the city safe.

This session in addition to general safety will feature a section on holiday shopping and parking lot safety.

Space is limited so call now to reserve your spot.

For additional information or to hold your spot please call 951.924.1955.

Help to keep your children safe. Know who is in your neighborhood...know who is at or near your child's school. Megan's Law Web Site. Check the site often.

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City Calendar
At a glance

January 4, 2011, 6:00 p.m

City Council Swearing-In Ceremony to be held at the Moreno Valley Council Chamber, located at 14177 Frederick Street.

For additional information about any of these events please contact the City of Moreno Valley at 951.413.3000

Christmas Tree Disposal Schedule Announced
December 28, 2010

Waste Management has announced that its Christmas tree collection service is scheduled for the first two weeks in January. Trees that are placed on the curb near your trash receptacle will be picked up on your regular service date and recycled as a part of their normal trash collection service. Flocked trees will be picked up, however, Waste Management is not able to recycle these trees.

Normal service schedule is planned with no delay due to the holidays. It should be noted that trees in excess of six feet should be cut in half prior to placing them on the curb.

City Promotes Teen Safety
Norma's Pledge Campaign Underway
December 5, 2010

The City of Moreno Valley has officially launched a teen safety program, “Norma’s Pledge-Never Again”, named in memory of 17-year-old Norma Lopez who was abducted and murdered this past summer. The campaign goal is to promote safety among local high school teens and college students by having them take "Norma's Pledge". The pledge is a three-part promise to follow the following safety measures:

  • I don’t walk alone
  • I look around
  • I share info with others

Local students that sign a pledge card with these reminders will receive a “Norma’s Pledge-Never Again” button with Norma’s photo and a bracelet. These pledge items are being distributed through the high school Parent/Teacher associations (PTA) or Student Activity Assistance and were paid for by community funds from donors including Supervisor Marion Ashley and Waste Management, Inc.

Members of the The “Norma’s Pledge-Never Again” committee include Mayor Bonnie Flickinger, community members Patricia Holguin from the Social Solidarity Committee of St. Christopher’s Church and LaDonna Jempson, 23rd District Director of PTA.

For additional information regarding the “Norma’s Pledge-Never Again” campaign, please contact LaDonna Jempson at 951.368.8653.

Moreno Valley Unified School District Proposes Fifth High School for Moreno Valley
December 1 , 2010

Moreno Valley Unified School District will be conducting a public information meeting on Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. in the Palm Middle School Multi-Purpose Room to provide the public information about the proposed new high school. Items to be discussed include the proposed sites and design for the district's fifth high school. Palm Middle School is located at 11900 Slawson Ave., Moreno Valley, CA.

The proposed project includes the development of a new high school, approximately 220,000 square feet, and housing 96 classrooms, which will accommodate a maximum of 2,600 students. The school will require approximately 220 full-time faculty and staff members to staff the proposed school.

School structures would include seven 2-story classroom buildings; a lab classroom building; a gymnasium building; an outdoor pool; a physical education building; and a multipurpose building. The school campus would also include a football field and running track with bleachers; athletic fields for baseball, softball, and soccer; and hardcourts for tennis and basketball.

District officials estimate the construction of the school campus to take approximately 36 months to complete. Currently the construction is anticipated to begin in June 2011 with a completion date of June 2014. Classes at the new facility would start in August of 2014.

 

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Child: " I don't know. What's for lunch today?"

Mom: "I don't know, where's your school menu????"

Don't know what's for lunch at school today? Can't find your menu? Check here to find out what's on the menu . You'll find the school menu link as a regular feature on our schools page.

30 years ago. It hardly seems possible. It hardly seems real.
Just know your mark was left -
Your spirit still lives on
Our hearts will always belong to John.

English Musician and Songwriter. You belong to the world and the ages.

John Lennon
October 9 1940 –
December 9, 1980

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